本課程擬以中國古代思想家、思想學派或思想潮流為講授單元，旨在介紹中國思想的演變。本學期將由先秦諸子思想述起，終於漢代思想。本課程有三個主要學習目標：一是對中國思想的特質有所理解。二是對個別思想家、學派的根本關懷與思想體系，有清楚的認識。三是通過本課程的修習，能明瞭從先秦到兩漢的中國思想發展大勢，以作為日後有意深探古典思想、文化的基石。This course is intended to introduce the evolution of Chinese thought with the ancient Chinese thinkers, schools of thought, or ideological trends. This semester will be described by the thoughts of the pre-Qin philosophers, and finally the Han dynasty. This course has three main learning objectives: First, it has an understanding of the characteristics of Chinese thought. Second, there is a clear understanding of the fundamental care and ideology of individual thinkers and schools. Third, through the practice of this course, we can understand the general trend of Chinese thought development from the pre-Qin to the Han Dynasty, as a cornerstone for future exploration of classical ideas and culture.
First, the orientation of the course in the department The history of Chinese thought belongs to the "Academic Group" in the four major groups of the Chinese Department, which is a compulsory course for the Department. Second, the professional competence taught The professors in this course are not general language proficiency, but are the foundation of professional academic research ability. Third, the content of the lecture: 1. Zhou Dynasty Culture: Poetry and Spring and Autumn Education 2. Confucius Thought and Its Relationship with Zhou Culture 3. Warring States Thought: Mohist - Mencius - Laozi - Zhuangzi - Xunzi - Han Feizi 4. Thoughts in the Late Warring States Period and the Qin and Han Dynasties: Huang Lao - Lu's Spring and Autumn Period 5. Han Dynasty Thought: Huainanzi - Dong Zhongshu - Wei Wei Thought - Yang Xiong - Wang Chong 6. Wei Jin Thought: Wang Shuo - Ruan Ji - Ji Kang - Guo Xiang 7. Buddhism in the Wei, Jin, Southern and Northern Dynasties in the Late Han Dynasty: the Basic Name of Buddhism--The Development of Buddhism in the Late Eastern Han Dynasty into China--The Development of Prajna-like Studies and the Seven Seven-Classes--Daosheng and Nirvana Thoughts--The Northern and Southern Dynasties Buddhism--The Rise of the Chinese Mahayana Buddhism 8. Buddhism sects: Three sects - Tiantai sect - Zen - sect 9. Song and Ming Neo-Confucianism: The Development of Confucianism in the Northern Song Dynasty - Zhou Yixi - Zhang Hengqu - Er Cheng - Zhu Zi - Xiangshan - Yangming Fourth, the teaching objectives of the course: The purpose of this course is to train students to have a great deal of content in the academic thoughts of Confucianism, Taoism, and other ideas, as well as the intertwined Buddhist studies in India. Make students have a general understanding of the Chinese people's thought-forms. 5. The ability of students to develop after passing this course: After passing this course, students can develop a basic understanding of the history of Chinese academic thought, but it is still not enough to have independent research capabilities within this academic scope.
Wang Bangxiong, Yan Yicheng, Yang Zuhan, Gao Baiyuan: History of Chinese Philosophy, Taipei: Liren Book Company, 2005
Lao Siguang: History of Chinese Philosophy, Taipei: Sanmin Book Company, 1995 updated eight editions
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